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appendicular skeleton
126 bone pectoral and pelvic girdles, appendages
pectoral girdle
pair each consist of 2 bones anterior clavicle posterior clavicle
clavicle
collarbone doubly curved bone
scapulae
shoulder blades triangular
humerus
single long bone in arm
radius
anatomical position lateral position in forearm
ulna
medial bon in forearm
hand
3 groups carpus (wrist),metacarpals(bones of palm), phalanges (bones of fingers)
wrist
carpus 8 bones 2 rows 4 bones proximal(lateral to medial) scaphoid,lunate,triquetal, pisiform | distal row trapezium,trapezoid, capitate, hamate
pelvic girdle
hip 2 coxal bones
bony pelvis
2 coxal bones, sacrum, and coccyx
3 fused coxal bones
ilium, ischium, and pubis
femur
thigh bone
leg
tibia(shinbone) fibula
foot
7 tarsals 5 metatarsals, 14 phalanges
fetal skeleton
275 bones some bones not fully ossified
fontanels
indentations between bones of fetal skull that are fibrous membranes
calcaneus and talus
heel bone and talus two largest tarsals that body weight is concentrated on
metatarsals
form the instep
phalanges
form toes